Not saying this isn't serious but we do need to keep perspective. According to World-O-Meter, as I write there are 1,875 active cases in Australia and just 1 single case is listed as serious. Reading your article I note this quote:
young, healthy and active with no underlying medical conditions
I assume you would be listed as serious if this happened?Once in the A&E a CT scan showed both my lungs were COVERED in pulmonary embolisms (blood clots) and my heart had been strained, I was admitted for 3 days and started on blood thinners. I now have to stay on blood thinners for at least a year, maybe more. I am now susceptible to blood clots and this will affect my life forever
Also, the recent outbreaks in Sydney were all asymptomatic. I really doubt any asymptomatic person will end up with long term problems.
Anyway I hope the vaccine gets out faster and I worry that Australia is accessing the lower efficacy AstraZeneca vaccine. I note Pfizer just announced a massive increase in production so I wonder if Australia jumped too soon?